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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by vito77, Nov 26, 2011.
tell me your best shots with a 22 lr....
70 yards with an unsighted inaccurate scope. I shot a shotgun shell off a piece of wood. Probably just dumb luck.
About 75 yards with iron sights at a running groundhog. Dropped him dead!
I wont even say because y'all wouldn't believe it, even though I claim more luck than skill for the particular shot in question. Hell it was nothing but luck, no skill was in the equation at that range at all. Period.
Oh heck with it, approx 300 yard on a squirrel, with a sear's revelation (I think it's the same as a Marlin 60) Iron sights.
26 yds, clipped the head off a ruffed grouse, on the wing, hip shot, one handed, 22 Llama, one round, WITH WITNESSES- including my son who was 13- and impressed as all get out!
Cool- making that shot.
Incredibly cool- as bird hits ground with a KERFLUMPH, saying "Hold up son- let's see if there is another one in there...."
Laying on the ground about 100 yards from a 220 lb hog (boar). Dropped him with one shot with a reminton .22 iron sights.
Winchester 75T target rifle, 1939 production, Weaver 6X fixed scope, Winchester Dynapoint .22LR at 100 yards.
shot a plastic fishing bobber at 75 yards, standing, with my dad's 9 inch heavy barrelled Ruger mark II.
more dumb luck than anything else
4 shots, 4 squirrels, same tree, 30 yrds, under a minute. with marlin 60
50 yard headshot on a turtle with iron sights while he was in a flooded hollar swimming though brush
Hit a Circle drew in black sharpie about the size of a quarter on a piece of really dark wood at 50 yds in low light with a marlin 25 only irons on it. standing too
It's always great to impress your son. Father son moments are never forgotten. This is exactly want America needs more of. Too many kids stay inside playing video games instead of hunting or fishing.
110 yard head shot prone w cci stingers on a hopping jack rabbit with a cheap savage semi auto from walmart with a cheap 3-9x40 simmons scope.
I was 15 yrs old shot a buck antalope at 126 yards, he bucked like a bee stung him went about 60 yards fell over dead. My dad an grandpa were both there I had a broke arm an jaw couldnt shoot a centerfire at that time
Head shot, squirrel, 75 yards, from standing position.
Nylon 66, .22LR, iron sights, no sling.
Critter dropped like a rock, didn't even twitch.
Of course, this was back before the earth's crust
cooled, when I could still see that far...
At the range, whopping 75 FEET
Me "did you see where that one hit"
Wife "think you missed the target"
Me "thank you for your vote of confidence"
No wonder I didn't see where it hit, dead center in the black, and with the black back stop...
I took two squirrels out of a tree top at 100 yards. One shot each and both head shots.
I hunt with a target rifle and match ammo and have a 6x24-50 scope on it so it's not quite as impressive as some of the others posted here.
800 yards, with a Calico M-100 carbine...since I had 100-rds per mag, I was walking shots into a patch of rotten pumpkins at the farm...
Made a nice feast for the bugs & birds & critters
Sitting on one hill and firing over to the valley...making little dust puffs...or orange bloops
I think my best shot was when I knocked a blowfly off a wild
hog's back at 250 yards with iron sights after cataract surgery.
After reading a few of these I can belive that